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Jan 15, 2010 7:00pm EST
edition of "the kudlow report," we'll review the washington assault on stocks on wall street and go money and politics. political favoritism, crony capitalism and their negative effect of stocks which suffered in the new year. >>> but an earthquake may be forming in massachusetts where republican scott brown's tax cutting opposition to obama care could pull off one of the greatest political upsets in history against democrat, martha coakley since the truman beat dewey. that could stop the tax and spend virus including the obama care's latest bribe to exempt big labor from the so-called "cadillac insurance tax" until 2018 while the rest of us stiffs have to pay for it. in an era of obama political favoritism this is a new low. fasten your seatbelts, everybody. "the kudlow report" begins right how.ç good evening. i'm larry kudlow. welcome back. we believe that free market capital similar still the best path to prosperity. tonight we'll review the washington assault on stocks and wall street. tonight's money politics message, no wonder stocks had their worst week in the new year. the index
CNBC
Jan 8, 2010 7:00pm EST
. remove all the high tax, regulatory, and spending obstacles coming out of washington that are stopping business job creation. >>> plus, president obama wants to spend $2.3 billion to stimulate 17,000 green jobs. are you kidding? that's $135,000 her job. ridiculous. let us keep our own money, thank you very much. so we now have nine reasons why the jobs report is real bad news for the democrats come november. you know corporate profits are up strong, so are stocks. nearly a 3% gain for the broad stock market index this week, but washington is making it too lostly to create jobs. that has to be changed. and finally kudlow hotline. we will take your calls. profits are up. jobs are down. washington has to get out of the way. fasten your seatbelts everybody. the kudlow report begins right now. good evening, larry kudlow. we believe pre-market capitalism is the best path to prosperity and tonight we'll talk about how to get america back to work. jobs, jobs, jobs. president obama announced his new green tech today, but it makes me seen more red ink. how low, john? >> the administration knows
CNBC
Jan 19, 2010 7:00pm EST
have been going in washington. and that may get help to vote for brown. others have been very much in support of coakley saying that they believe that she would more match the ideas of, foegs, ted kennedy's legacy. and they've tried to get out the vote today. they have a much stronger organization to do those things of getting people to the polls because of all of the democrats' history here and their usual dominance in these elections. so part of it is energy versus organization in how things will play out today. and from what we've been hearing checking in with different polling places, the turnout has been bigger than you would ever expect for a special election. more like a midterm election, but not rising to the level of when a presidential race is on the ballot. so this has gotten huge attention here in boston. it's raleally is snapshot of th discontent. and for some they're imposing on to scott brown a chance to do something differently even if they're not entirely sure about all of his views. and martha coakley who remains popular here has been hit with a lot of criticism a
CNBC
Jan 27, 2010 7:00pm EST
washington, d.c. we are live from the russell senate office building rotunda. just across the street, president obama will deliver his state of the union speech in a couple of hours, and we wonder, will mr. obama reset his presidency? will we hear a great state of the eun message or will we hear a bank state of the union? what about permanent tax cuts for jobs and economic growth? the stock market, which has been in a malaise and will we vote tomorrow on what mr. obama says tonight. but first, on this program, we will speak to key senators in the speaker and the house. we will have money and politics analysts. fasten your seat belts, everyone, "the kudlow report" begins now. >> the state of the union, a special edition of the kudlow report. live from washington. >> good evening, everybody. i'm larry kudlow. welcome to a special edition of the kudlow report. we're live in washington where there are cameras and media surrounding us everywhere to our left and our right. let us begin with tonight's money politics message. obviously this is the lead story, president obama's state of the u
CNBC
Jan 26, 2010 7:00pm EST
us now in washington, d.c., with all the details. good evening, hampton. >> good evening. congressional budget office predict as $1.35 trillion deficit this year about 9.2% of gdp, slight improvement from last august with a cbo forecast for $1.4 trillion in deficit. 9.9% of gdp. jobs bill and more war spending could increase this year's deficit. economic outlook foresees a sluggish recovery with unemployment ranchlging 10.1% this year. just 2% gdp growth says the cbo in 2011, unemployment rate hovers around 9.5%. deficit could drop to $890 billion but only if most of the bush tax cuts expire. tomorrow's state of the union address and next week's budget release, president president obama will propose a three-year freeze on domestic budgets. estimated savings about $250 billion over ten years and it will barely dent the deficit. budget director or zack says that it is not the only initiative being looked at. >> this is one component of what we will be doing. full details monday for the rest of the budget. but given the opposition that's already being expressed about spendin
CNBC
Jan 25, 2010 7:00pm EST
of limitations can is going to wear out on its bullishness for stocks. washington is going to decide this week whether easy money is here to stay. how should investors position themselves for a possible fed shakeout? we have stanford university economic's professor, john taylor. peter navarro, business professor at the university of california in irvine. and don lus kin and trend macro chief investment officer. i want to go to peter's great stock market stuff. where is that? i thought we were going to put it up on the full screen? here it is. peter, i want to begin with you to put a stock market or financial strategy spin. you're saying that there's a couple of possible bernanke trades. if it's a kensian easy money fed you go short the dollar. short the long bond. sell the long bond. play the carry trade, which is probably very bullish for commodities and then you say go short housing. i'll come back to that. on the other hand, if a miracle happens and bernanke changes his view, or maybe we get a hard money guy like one of our distinguished guests, you're saying you go long the dollar, short t
CNBC
Jan 5, 2010 7:00pm EST
to washington come november? joining us now to discuss this, we have cnbc contributor, form labor secretary, robert reich, the author of "supercapitalism." we also have matthew continetti and author of the persecution of sarah palin. now, let me start with matt don continetti. you're up against the best in the business, former secretary robert reich. now, i want to ask you about tea party based free market populism. is it overtaking this left liberal big government, obama care tax and spend populism that has so many up here on wall street worried? >> not in washington, larry. and that's for now the tax and spend populists are still in control. but when you look at the country at large and where the public is moving, those independent voters who will be so critical in this year's midterm elections, they're running away from washington and toward the tea partiers. >> so secretary reich, good to see you. happy new year. >> happy new year to you. i hope 2010 is even better than 2009 for you. >> well, i hope so, too. and for you. and for all our viewers. and for matt. but look, this is an import
CNBC
Jan 12, 2010 7:00pm EST
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CNBC
Jan 29, 2010 7:43pm EST
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CNBC
Jan 21, 2010 7:09pm EST
in washington, can these modern banks be so down sized as dave stockman is suggesting, turn them back to something in 1975, can they serve customer demands, can they serve corporate demands in the united states and around the world, continent after continent? that seems to be tim geithner's worry according to steve liesman's reporting and other reports. can you you foe back to u reports. can you you foe back to you go ? >> we spent 50 years eroding glass-steagall. we had the 56 bank holding company act. they created section 20 subs in 1982. they expanded the range of activities bank holding companies could do precisely because u.s. banks were being disadvantaged on a global market. we're the only -- we were the only country with that universal banking. they were going to europe. >> so we should follow the european example, the german banks, the disasters over there? it's not the job to say whether our banks are competitive or not. it's their job. >> but the rope they have it is because we've made a decision as a society we do not want to live in a place where if your bank fails you ha
CNBC
Jan 4, 2010 7:00pm EST
political and i also think that nobody is buying on wall street or washington. because of bernanke's weak performance and because he's not credible i think that could be why the dollar got whacked today and gold and other inflationary plays, all soared. you know what? bernanke's credibility is so low i yearn for paul volker and my friend, john taylor at the fed. by the way, john they elor, now of stanford university, will be my special guest on wednesday evening coming from washington, to talk about the bernanke attack on the taylor rule. and that's where i want to begin tonight. we have vince rheinhart, a former director of the fed's division of monetary affairs. we also have peter navarra, university of california irvine business professor. vince rheinhart, bernanke was not credible. you should see all the lousy reviews he's getting from that speech here up on wall street. we probably should have had him on tonight. we've got a great blogger that just trashed bernanke. so many people trashed bernanke. i got a couple of charts, vince, to show how the dollar fell all that period. how gold
CNBC
Jan 6, 2010 7:43pm EST
leadership in washington. >> just in the last few moments, would you be willing to fight for a lower capital gains tax rate instead of having it go up as congress now to have it come down? would a lower capital gains tax help the state of connecticut and the nation? i'm running out of time but i wanted you to have a whack at that. >> i would certainly consider it. i worked for lower taxes when i was in the state legislature and i want to listen. as a matter of fact, listen to the citizens of connecticut. i've begun that conversation, my mind is open, and i want to come back on your show to answer that question more fully. thank you. >> dick blumenthal, we appreciate you coming on. i know it's been a very busy day. we hope to see more coming up. a. come on! that's pretty far. doc, look who's in town. ellen! copenhagen? cool, right? vacation. but still seeing patients. oh. [ whispering ] workaholic. i heard that. she said it. i... [ female announcer ] the new office. see it. live it. share it. on the human network. cisco. #ñ#ñ#ñ#ñññññññññññññ >>> we're going to keep
CNBC
Jan 22, 2010 7:00pm EST
is on jitters and with great uncertainty about what washington is doing to it. but i would say this, after a rough week, maybe folks should think about buying stocks on this correction dip. as for mr. obama and his team, i've just given up hope. they just don't get it. you know what? instead of bashing banks, americans want more money in their pockets. they don't want left wing populism, punishment for banks, or successful earners. a recent poll shows 77% of investors think obama is anti-business and that is a problem for the stock market and economic confidence. the massachusetts exit polls show that taxes and putting more money in people's pockets and better job creation and the health care, those were the key issues, not some kind of revolt against the banks that have paid down their t.a.r.p. so i look at this week's stock market. yeah, it was ñrrough, tremendou assault on banks, that helped lead the market down. the china credit situation played a little bit of a role. profits came in pretty darn good, but probably all in the market. so we need some more good news there. but on the wh
CNBC
Jan 14, 2010 7:00pm EST
of the gory details of this bank tax from our chief washington correspondent, john harwood, who joins us from washington. good evening, john. you have a lot to report tonight. >> i do, larry. timothy geithner, the treasury secretary, sat down with me to talk about this bank tax. he's been under fire for a long time from left and right over bailouts, over bonuses. but we started off with this bank tax, and the treasury secretary refuted critics, including you, larry, who said this is either punishment or politics. >> we thought it was economically sensible, fair, good policy, legally necessary to propose now how to make sure that the costs of this are not born by people who are innocent victims of all the wreckage. >> as you know, you've been asked to testify before congress about some memos that came out. congressman issa released regarding aig and advice the new york fed gave to not disclose the full repayments to some counterparties of aig. now, i know you said or your spokesman have said that you were not involved in those memos. but did you agree with the advice in the memos? was it sound
CNBC
Jan 20, 2010 7:00pm EST
about actually getting expenses under control, and we have to hold washington, d.c. accountable for every dollar that they spend. >> carla fiorini, thanks for joining us. coming up, is the vic tri going -- mel zuckerman, who is a very unhappy karcher, al laffer, who sees hope at the end of the tunnel. you're watching cnbc. we are first in business worldwide. >> the banks are the ones that -- particularly -- i just named a few. they paid it back with huge interest. the government made a lot of money on that. and to say that they should be paying for the fact that the government lost or may lose a lot of money, she did. and with the auto companies, it just doesn't make any sense to me. >>> as always, we are money and politics. we've done a burcnch of politic let's get to the money part. chinese banks are being told not to loan money for the rest of the month. is that the reason stocks were up today? robert is here with all the key details. >> hello, larry. that's the pry marimary reason w a drop in the markets. the big groups that were hit, prime energy stocks. material stocks lik
CNBC
Jan 7, 2010 7:00pm EST
washington, vice president cheney has hammered him hard on this. the president has called it everything but a war and today he actually came out and used the word, but is this a war on terror? that seems to be a bush administration trademark, branded phrase, and the obama administration doesn't want to use it, but clearly they are trying to fight it. >> i think dick cheney will not rest, i think conservatives should not rest, i frankly think independent voters -- the majority of people understand what this is and they're waiting for the president to label it as such as a rallying cry for all these airport measures and security measures and whatnot. other than that brian, let me ask you -- >> reporter: one thing. the front line won't be a scanner at a security line. it's in yemen and the middle east and until we get our intelligence ducks in a row there, we americans will have to pay. >> for heavens sake, we're in afghanistan, we're cleaning up in iraq. looks like we'll win that war. we're work to go expand the troop surge in afghanistan. we are going to have black ops, navy s.e.a.l., in
CNBC
Jan 13, 2010 7:00pm EST
in washington, d.c. more breaking news. the financial crisis is over. it's been over for at least six months. and another news flash. bank stocks went up 1.5% today, probably because the utterly stupid and dopey obama bank tax hike will be less onerous than people first feared. and another plus for stocks, all the bush tax cuts, including capital gains, may be extended for one to two more years. that's what i hear. wow! we'll report. and 42 wall street economists say bernanke was wrong and john taylor was right. excessivily easy fed policy caused the housing bubble, and the kudlow hotline is open for business. let us know if you think bankers caused the economic crisis and the financial meltdown. fasten your seat belts, everybody, "the kudlow report" begins right now. good evening, everyone. i'm larry kudlow. welcome back to "the kudlow report" where we believe free market kacapitalism is the best path to prosperity. the financial committee investigated last year's financial meltdown. bryan moore joins us now with the gory details. hi, bryan. >> hi, larry. what went wrong and who can we blam
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